Louisa Vachon won the scramble hole in one. (Linda McGrath/Submitted)

Ladies golf winds up for the season

A report from Christina Lake Ladies’ Golf

The Christina Lake Tuesday Ladies Golf Club held their annual scramble and wind-up luncheon meeting on June 26, with president Cathy Manson presiding.

The club now has 56 members, and the club received the exciting news from treasurer Tina Flanagan that the club was approved for a grant from RDKB Area C for $500 for the Ladies’ Invitational in August.

Heather Shilton, vice-president, reported on ticket sales from the men’s open and club captain Lyn Mackey held a draw for door prizes. Raffle baskets winners were Barb Bannert and Glenda Higgins. Lynne Webster and Fern Walsh thanked members for donating prizes for the Ladies Open, as the club will not solicit from local businesses this year due to the flood.

Pat Lawrence from the match committee declared a tie for the day’s scramble between two teams: Paz Alguire, Linda McGrath, Audrey Whyte, Lynda MacLean; and Arlette Dunbar, Joie Lavallee, Lynne Webster and Luisa Vachon.

Certificates were awarded by Glenda Higgins to winners from the eclectic tournament held May 15 and May 22 and the club championship tournament held June 12 and 13.


Eclectic Tournament:

Overall Low Gross: Connie Kostash

Overall Low Net: Michele Willson

1st Flight Winners: Low Gross: Fran Farnworth; Low Net: Gisele Leclair

2nd Flight Winners: Low Gross: Audrey Whyte; Low Net: Barb Wright

3rd Flight Winners: Low Gross: Joyce Evans; Low Net: Fern Foreman

Club Championship:

Overall Low Gross: Fran Farnworth

Overall Low Net: Pat Lawrence

1st Flight Winners: Low Gross: Paz Alguire; Low Net: Lynne Webster

2nd Flight Winners: Low Gross: Cathy Manson; Low Net: Terry Fomenoff

One day only players

Low Net Winners: Carol Graham; Pepe Ludwar

Christina Lake Tuesday Ladies golf will resume Sept. 4.


From left, Cathy Manson, Paz Alguire and Lynne Webster, the certificate winners of the club championship. (Linda McGrath/Submitted)

From left, Joyce Evans, Barb Wright, Paz Alguire, Gisele Leclair, Audrey Whyte and Connie Kostash, certificate winners for the eclectic tournament. (Linda McGrath/Submitted)

From left, Joyce Evans, Barb Wright, Paz Alguire, Gisele Leclair, Audrey Whyte and Connie Kostash, certificate winners for the eclectic tournament. (Linda McGrath/Submitted)

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